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Ideas, Part I



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Author: Edmund Husserl
Keywords: Husserl; Phenomenology; Philosophy; Descartes; Leo Strauss; Martin Heidegger; Allan Bloom; Existentialism
Language: English
Collection: opensource

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Edmund Husserl Ideas, Volume One.(1913) Translated into English.



This work is the true foundation of phenomenology as the transcendental science of pure consciousness; it becomes the foundational science of all sciences, allegedly replacing all metaphysics, or "first philosophy". Husserl struggled with and profoundly explored the Cartesian postulate of the ego, single-mindedly probing its enigmatic conundrums in an effort to give a perfectly lucid and precise account of what philosophic man is.


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